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Calling all 1970's & 1980's party food people [message #806856] Sat, 22 November 2014 07:21 Go to next message
Jamie
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I'm trying to reproduce a dish from my childhood that my grandmother would make as we neared the holiday seasons. She was a widower and went to a lot of little parties at the time, so I'm pretty sure this would have been a dish someone would bring to a snack-ish type potluck or party.

The *only* things I can recall are the top three ingredients: ground sausage, cream cheese and Pillsbury type crescent rolls from a can. I want to believe that there were either diced peppers in there, or maybe there was melted pepper jack cheese on top? I don't really remember there being an extra crust of cheese on top, but I am remembering Christmas-y little flecks of green and red (that's why I'm thinking peppers or pepper'd cheese). She cut everything on a diangle, and they were definitely an "open face." The crescent rolls were laid out flat into one giant rectangle rather than rolled up. It was spicy and creamy more than cheesy (another reason I'm not clear if there was a cheese topping).

I purchased some ground turkey sausage (I know Grandma used pork) and the other two main ingredients...I'm pouring through her handwritten recipe books, but I can't find this *one* recipe.

Does it sound familiar at all?

[Updated on: Sat, 22 November 2014 07:24]


Peace
Re: Calling all 1970's & 1980's party food people [message #807170 is a reply to message #806856 ] Thu, 04 December 2014 19:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nancy  is currently offline Nancy
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Is this similar at all?

http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/sausage-and-cheese-crescent -squares/f2b22bde-19e4-4447-aa99-30e90ee5a38f

I've had something like this except there was no top crust and it had peppered cheese.


Blessings,
~N
Re: Calling all 1970's & 1980's party food people [message #807193 is a reply to message #807170 ] Fri, 05 December 2014 15:52 Go to previous message
Jamie
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Nancy wrote on Thu, 04 December 2014 19:04

Is this similar at all?

http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/sausage-and-cheese-crescent -squares/f2b22bde-19e4-4447-aa99-30e90ee5a38f

I've had something like this except there was no top crust and it had peppered cheese.

The one I had didn't have a top crust and may have had peppered cheese..it looked creamier, too, I thought... but that could have been the white cheese vs the pic's cheddar? Thanks for helping out.


Peace
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